Consequence (rapper)

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Consequence
Consequence in 2007
Consequence in 2007
Background information
Birth nameDexter Raymond Mills Jr.
Also known asQuence, Cons, the Cons, No Cap Cons, Ray Tip
BornApril 17 1977
Queens, New York, U.S.
GenresHip hop
Occupation(s)
  • Rapper
  • songwriter
InstrumentsVocals
Years active1993–present
LabelsBand Camp Records (current)
GOOD Music (former)
Associated acts

Dexter Raymond Mills Jr., better known by his stage name Consequence, is an American rapper from Queens, New York City, New York.

Career[edit]

Consequence debuted in 1996, appearing several times on A Tribe Called Quest's fourth album Beats, Rhymes, and Life, as he is the cousin of member Q-Tip. In March 2007, he released his debut album Don't Quit Your Day Job!, under Columbia Records and Kanye West's GOOD Music. Consequence left GOOD Music in 2011, on bad terms, after being signed with the label since 2005. He and West later reconciled, despite Consequence speaking ill of West. Consequence consequently launched his own record label, Band Camp Records, following his departure from GOOD Music.

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

Year Title Chart positions
U.S. U.S. Rap U.S. Independent U.S. Heatseekers
2007 Don't Quit Your Day Job![1]
  • Released: March 6, 2007
  • Label: GOOD, Columbia
  • Format: CD (#8287689631), digital download
113 12 10 1
2016 A Good Comeback Story (EP)
  • Released: January 18, 2016
- - - -

Mixtapes[edit]

  • The Cons Vol. 1: All Sales Are Final (2002)
  • The Cons Vol. 2: Make The Game Come To You (2003)
  • Take 'Em To The Cleaners (2004)
  • A Tribe Called Quence (1995-2004) (2005)
  • The Cons Vol. 3: Da Comeback Kid (2005)
  • The Cons Vol. 4: Finish What You Started (2006)
  • The Wait Is Over Vol. 1: The Best Of The Cons (2006)
  • The Cons Vol. 5: Refuse 2 Die (2007)
  • Movies on Demand (2010)
  • Movies on Demand II (2011)
  • Movies on Demand III (2011)
  • Curb Certified (2011)
  • Movies on Demand IV (2013)

Singles[edit]

Year Single Chart positions Album
US
R&B
1997 "Queens Get the Money" (featuring Havoc) Niggaz Get the Money EP
2003 "Turn Ya Self In" Take 'Em to the Cleaners
2005 "Caught Up in the Hype" Non-album single
2006 "Callin' Me" Don't Quit Your Day Job!
2007 "Don't Forget 'Em"
"The Good, the Bad, the Ugly" (featuring Kanye West)
2008 "Job Song"
2009 "Whatever U Want" (featuring Kanye West and John Legend) 112 Non-album single
2012 "Something Light" (featuring Pooch Hall) Non-album single
2013 "Going Thru Withdrawal" (featuring Mysonne & Jae Millz) Non-album single
2014 "The Whole World" (featuring Mark Crozer) Non-album single
2017 "All Black Neighborhood" (featuring Royce da 5'9") Non-album single
"Say My Name" (featuring Papoose & Peedi Crakk) Non-album single
2019 "Complex Con" (featuring Conway the Machine) Make Up for Lost Time
2020 "Thanks Ye" (featuring Ant Clemons, Bongo ByTheWay, KayCyy Pluto) No Cap Pack

As featured artist[edit]

Year Single Chart positions Album
US US
R&B
2005 "Gone"[A] (Kanye West feat. Cam'Ron, Consequence) 18 6 Late Registration
2006 "Grammy Family" (DJ Khaled feat. Kanye West, Consequence, and John Legend) [B] Listennn... the Album and Don't Quit Your Day Job!
2007 "Anything" (Patti LaBelle feat. Kanye West and Consequence) 64 The Gospel According to Patti LaBelle
Notes
  1. ^ "Gone" charted in October 2013, following increased sales as a result of its use in a viral Internet video.[2]
  2. ^ "Grammy Family" did not enter the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, but peaked at number 24 on the Bubbling Under R&B/Hip-Hop Singles chart.[3]

Guest appearances[edit]

Filmography[edit]

Television
Year Title Role Notes
2013 Love & Hip Hop: New York Himself Supporting Cast

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Click to Play Don't Quit Your Day Job – Consequence". Billboard. Retrieved April 18, 2010.
  2. ^ Gruger, William (October 9, 2013). "Kanye West's Long-'Gone' Song Debuts In Hot 100's Top 20". Billboard. Prometheus Global Media. Retrieved October 11, 2013.
  3. ^ "Chart Search for Fat Joe (Bubbling Under R&B/Hip-Hop Singles) | Billboard". Billboard. Retrieved October 18, 2017.